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The patent positions the company to “own” parts of the technology that help calculate required mortgage fee disclosures.
Can a law that has yet to be fully implemented force a company to shut down a line of business?
For smaller originator The Bank Mortgage Network, the struggle to stay legal and in business has led to a strategy that includes a nod to high-tech manufacturing.
People widely use Google when house shopping, but a U.K. researcher says Google's own foray into mortgage comparison shopping, which has struggled in the U.S., faces an uphill battle because of how the search engine's brand is viewed by consumers.
The acquisition will add more than 1,500 mortgage risk specialists to service provider MphasiS and help the company provide more intense mortgage risk analysis.
The taxman is allowing electronic signatures to be used for income verification documents, removing a lingering obstacle to paperless origination.
The recovery of the mortgage market relies partly on banks' ability to quickly sell the real estate properties they own to new buyers.
New technology is aimed at streamlining the way qualifying documents are moved between borrowers and loan servicers.
The technology that lets a user deposit checks by taking photos of them with his smartphone is being applied to mortgage documents, though with some limits.
For smaller banks, searching for revolutionary technology is a bit like window shopping in Beverly Hills.
When it comes to borrower vetting, there’s some information that only originators are checking.
There were some findings in Xerox’s eighth annual “Path to Paperless” survey that are eye catching, since they reveal discernible anxiety about mortgage regulations that’s impacting the pace of innovation.
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